American Airlines chairman and CEO Doug Parker said customers may no longer be able to change their nonrefundable tickets if the US Congress passes a provision in the Senate’s bill to reauthorize the FAA that would regulate how airlines charge the fees, calling the proposal “really bad for consumers.” “That non-refundable ticket is of value to us,” Parker told a group of reporters after speaking to a business group in Irving, Texas. “We knew that seat was ...

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